Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

The Girl & The Siren

Directed, Animated & Setdesign by Jacob Petersson & Cristoffer Ålund.

Produced by Jakob Arevarn // Sound design & score: A2.

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INSiDE // A Short Film by Trevor Sands

Director: Trevor Sands // Writers: Eric Gewirtz & Trevor Sands
Featuring: Jeremy Sisto, Reedy Gibbs & Michael Bailey Smith.

Wonderful Animated Short Films by Sun & Egg

At a stormy, rainy night, a boy named “EGG” lays an egg from which a monster is born. The boy, terrified, throws her into the forest. However this bizarre incident repeats every night, which leads EGG to feels like a monster himself, and his life gets more isolated…

Film by Sun & Egg // Music: Xingyu Li // Sound: Tobias Böhm.

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I’m Fine Thanks by Eamon O’Neill

I’m fine thanks, how are you? // A film by Eamon O’Neill.

Best Graduate Film Ottawa International Animation Festival 2011
Best Animation Darklight Film Festival 2011
Best Graduate Film Expotoons 2011

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Moxie by Stephen Irwin

A pyromaniac bear misses his mother // A film by Stephen Irwin.

Grand Prize Ottawa International Animation Festival 2011
Sundance FilM Festival Official Selection 2012
Best Short (5 – 15 mins) Anifest Czech Republic 2012
Best British Film London International Animation Festival 2012 [...]

Brave New Old by Adam Wells

After a summer at festivals it is now available online for all: Brave New Old by Adam Wells.

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The Red Scarf by Nick Cross

This is sort of like a Soviet-era silent film. Created in 2001. // Directed & animated by Nick Cross.

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The Maker by Christopher Kezelos

A strange creature races against time to make the most important and beautiful creation of his life.

The Maker has screened at over 60 festivals and won 11 awards.
Written & directed by Christopher Kezelos // Music composed by Paul Halley.

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LUX by Juliette Oberndorfer

A hunter sees a yellow light in a pond. Fascinated, he tries to take it at any price.

Directed & animated by Juliette Oberndorfer // Sound design: N’gouda Prince Ba.

HEART by Erick Oh // An Exploration Of Transcendence

HEART presents questions through abstract metaphors and symbols, illustrated by the human heart. Directed by Erick Oh // Supported by Matt Groening.

Music by Joseph Trapanese // Sound by Piero Mura.

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